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What Sport Would You Like to See Sacred Heart and Smith-Cotton Go Head-to-Head In? [POLL]

"Who do you think would win?"  That was the question that was being tossed around the barber shop this weekend. The barber shop that I go to in town is filled with some characters. They all know I work here at the station and that I call sporting events as well, I am usually there go to person for local sports information. They asked why Sacred Heart doesn't play Smith-Cotton, and if they did, what would the outcome be?

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Smith-Cotton Football: Tune In for Friday Night Games on 92.3 BOB-FM

The 2013 Smith-Cotton Tigers Football season is here. Be sure to follow the Smith-Cotton Tigers all season long with Al McCurdy bringing you the play-by-play for the 2013 season on 92.3 BOB-FM.

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Admission Prices Increasing for Smith-Cotton Athletic Events

For the first time in at least 13 years, there will be an increase in admission prices at Smith-Cotton athletic events. Admission at football games will be $5 for adults, $3 for visiting students and $2 for Sedalia School District 200 students.

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Sedalia 200 School Board Declares Jennie Jaynes Stadium and Property as Surplus [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia 200 school Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School for a special public session on Wednesday evening (Aug. 7). The agenda for the meeting was the declaration of surplus property

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Sedalia’s Fireworks Will Light Up the Fairgrounds Tonight [INTERVIEW]

Tonight's the night!  The Blue Ribbon Committee is once again putting on the big fireworks show at the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

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Sedalia School District 200

Kendra Barton Named Assistant Principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High

On Saturday night (May 18), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Ms. Kendra Barton, a fourth grade teacher at Horace Mann Elementary School, as assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School. She succeeds Mrs. Stephanie Jackson, who recently was named principal of Parkview Elementary School.

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Kickin’ It For A Cure Soccer Game Raises Breast Cancer Awareness [PHOTOS]

While the competition on the field was fierce, something off of the field was more exciting than winning a game off of a penalty kick shootout. The annual Kickin' It For A Cure soccer game was held at the Susie Ditzfeld Soccer Field Thursday night (April 25). The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers played host to the Clinton Lady Cardinals. The Lady Tigers were sporting pink home jerseys in honor of the Breast Cancer Awareness Event.

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Stephanie Jackson Hired as Principal at Parkview Elementary School

On Monday night (April 23), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Mrs. Stephanie Jackson, assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School, as principal at Parkview Elementary School. She succeeds Mrs. Kelly Sobaski, who last week announced her retirement, effective at the end of the current school year.

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Sedalia #200 School Board Members Sworn In, Officers Elected

The Sedalia 200 School Board met at Smith-Cotton High School last night (April 8) for the first meeting following an election. The first item on the agenda was the swearing in of the newly elected members, which consisted of returning board member David Wolf and the new board member Diane Nichols, a longtime member of the Sedalia 200 School Foundation who took the seat of Stan Bowlin, who did not seek reelection.

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Smith-Cotton Junior High Staff Gets In on the Harlem Shake [VIDEO]

By now you've surely heard of the dance sensation sweeping the internet known as the Harlem Shake.  Everybody's getting in on the craze, including the staff over at Smith-Cotton Junior High.  Watch the faculty go crazy in the library in their version of the vid

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